Our memberships not only help the museum continue operating on a daily basis, but also make possible the continuing series of fascinating new exhibits, film premieres, book signings, educational lectures, and music events. Membership is a great way to support and get yourself involved in the surfing community while helping to preserve surfing’s rich heritage for future generations to enjoy. By supporting CSM you are also preserving surfing’s rich heritage for future generations to enjoy.
Become a Member
Annual Membership Benefits
Ways to Join
- Choose below which option fits your needs and pay online.
- Call CSM: (760) 721-6876 and speak to Visitor Service.
- Visit the Museum and join at the front desk.
Become a Malibu Chip Donor!
Receive Full Membership Benefits, Membership Cards for 2 Adults*, 12 Guest Passes, 1 CSM pin, 2 CSM stickers, 2 CSM Member T-shirts, 1 License Plate Frame
*Children under 18 years included
Got to talk with Cramer Jackson while we were there. He had such an extensive repertoire of different surfer’s styles and knew all the types boards they used, having been an avid surfer himself. Very entertaining. Even gave us a signed photo at the end. Although he talked more about others than himself, was there still in spirit with every piece of surfing history.. We enjoyed his company throughout the tour of the museum very much. Thank you.
– Melodi Busch
Stumbled across this unique museum accompanied by an out of town visitor who was a 1968-1971 Vietnam War Veteran. Could not believe the China Beach surf activities exhibit. He had been there. A recent stroke had left only part of his memory intact. The exhibit brought back many memories as he described fun with his friends taking a well deserved break at the beach. Kudos to museum for this exhibit and thank you for presenting him with the 50th anniversary of Vietnam pin.
– Linda Ivanov
There is an exhibit on Bethany Hamilton, her shark attack, and her amazing recovery and re-entry into surfing competition. They even had her board there with the huge bite mark the shark had bitten into it. The museum is very nice, and they have people there with a lot of knowledge if you have questions.
– Tara Juergens